Thought this might be interesting for those looking for a new experience.
I am still confused,will wait untilits opened,but all along I thought this was a completly diff hotel,just built on CP property.
almost sounds like it wil be included in with select CP guest options when booking???????????
love CP, but this one will take me some time to figure out
Yeah, I couldn't really figure that part out either. The article says
which makes me think there will just be a second lobby added for the guests of this part of the hotel. Also, it only has 181 rooms which is small in the scale of Vegas.
They have transformed the old-old-old Caesars Centurion Tower into the hotel in a hotel with the new resaturant below.
Very interesting design concepts.
I didn't even know Caesar's had a Centurion Tower. Has it been in use recently? Or at least prior to the renovation for the new hotel?
yes,rooms look great.
but still under the impression when booking it wont fall under the usual tr offers? I am happy with my augustuce tower room with a view,but this would be tempting. as of my last trip in march they were experimenting with some vip meet you at your limo thing where someone from vip services greeted you at the limo and took us directly to our room in augustuce tower and did the whole check in thing in our room,that was pretty sweet.
sounds like nobu will have in room check in as wll but electronicly????.
When I was there last week it looked like the "entrance" into this new hotel within the hotel is going to be by the statue of David in the "hall" between the main casino and the forum shops. Very interested in what this is going to look like.
I would also say it is simply a matter of time before all check in is done in the room and you simply swipe your credit card at the door of your room in order to gain access.
John, does that mean you could walk up to a suite and take it if it's available? lol!
Is there construction going on now for it? We're staying at Caesar's in early October and wonder if we'll be able to see or hear the construction.
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